Like Ismenia, the huge Corinthian girl accompanies Lampito to Lysistrata’s summons, and remains in Athens as a warmly welcome hostage until Athens and Sparta make peace. The Corinthian girl is distinguished by the fact that she hails from a powerful family in Corinth, and even more so by her comically enlarged rear end.
The timeline below shows where the character The Corinthian girl appears in Lysistrata. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
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...woman Lampito enters, along with a pretty Boiotian girl named Ismenia and a huge, big-butted Corinthian girl . Lysistrata welcomes all, and showers the out-of-towners with compliments. Lampito demonstrates the dance that... (full context)